Do we use verbs like 'find', 'produce', 'attain' with 'conclusion' ?
-to find a conclusion,
-to produce a conclusion,
-to attain a conclusion.

Or we only 'reach to' and 'jump to' a 'conclusion'?
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Actually, we just reach, not reach to.

Arrive at a conclusion is another one that occurs to me.
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Good question. I would classify "reach a conclusion" in the same group as "find a conclusion, produce a conclusion, or attain a conclusion. I would use TO with JUMP, however. Here are some example sentences that should help:

My mother always jumps to the conclusion that I am not being honest with her.

We only reached an acceptable conclusion after weeks of research.

The committee has not been able to find a conclusion that satisfies everyone.

The police officer saw the blood on my face and jumped to the conclusion that I had been attacked.

Hope this helps.
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